Forks is located in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula, between the Olympic mountains and the wild ocean beaches.
Experience world class attractions such as the Olympic National Park, Rialto Beach, the Hoh Rain Forest, Kalaloch Beach, Lake Ozette, Cape Flattery and the Northwest Coast, Lake Crescent, Sol Duc Falls and our many scenic rivers and mountain trails.
Whether you have only a few hours or several days, this guide offers a host of choices as you explore the Northwest corner of the Pacific Northwest. This 2,000 square mile area is bordered on the north and west by over 100 miles of saltwater shores, and to the south and east by alpine meadows and rain forest valleys.
Over 200 miles of wild rivers furrow the region with healthy runs of native salmon and steelhead. The City of Forks is the primary population and commercial hub for the area, with many smaller communities along the way, including Sekiu, Neah Bay, Clallam Bay, Beaver and LaPush. Year round temperatures range from the mid-40s to upper 60s, snowfalls are infrequent as are temperatures over 80 degrees.
Information courtesy Forks Chamber of Commerce.